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mittee on ways and mean<*, Fifty-seventh Congress, first session. January 15, 16, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 28.
29, 1902... Washington, Gov't print, off., 1902. vli, 766 p. ill. 23%em. [Issued also as House doc.
no. 535. Reprinted in the Appendix as exhibits K-M are the following: The influence of environment
upon the composition of the sugar beet. By Harvey W. Wiley... July 30, 1901 (U. S. Dept. of agricul-
ture. Bureau of chemistry. Bulletin no. 64) The sugar beet: culture, seed development, manufacture,
and statistics. By H. W. Wiley... (2d rev. ed., September, 1901) By G. L. Spencer (U. S. Dept of
agriculture. Farmers' bulletin no. 52) Manufacture of beet sugar, by G. L. Spencer. (Census bulletin
no. 59, March 7, 1901) Contents. Favoring reciprocity: American interests. Cuban interests. Against
reciprocity: American beet sugar manufacturing interests. American beet-growing interests. American
cane-sugar interests. American tobacco Interests; cigar makers, manufacturers, dealers, and packers.


Tobacco-growing interests. Hawaiian sugar interests. West Indian sugar interests. Porto Rican inter-
ests (sugar and tobacco) Appendix: Exhibit A-M. Index. L.C. 3-3990]

Wade, Mary Hazelton. Our little Cuban cousin; illustrated by L.J.Bridgman. Boston, L.C.Pake & com-
pany, 1902. vii p., 2 1., 9-10(3 p. front., pi. 20cm. (The little cousin series) [L.C. 2-iow^2]

Wilson, James H. Our relations with Cuba. Wilmington, Del., John M. Rogers Press, 1902. pp. 36.
CULLOM, Shelby Moore (1829- ). 111. lawyer, IT. S. senator.

Senator Shelby M. Cullom. World's Work 3(1901-2)1574, port. only.
CUMBERLAND Association. Organization of Tenn. settlers, 1780.

Records of the Cumberland Association [Soc. of Tenn. Settlers, Org. 1780]. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)

CUMBERLAND Presbyterian Church. Branch of Am. Presbyter. Church originating in Cumberland Co., Ky.

MoKamy, John A. The development of the Cumberland Presbyterian church, an address at the centennial

celebration of the Synod of Ky. of the Presbyterian church, Lexington, Ky., Oct. 15, 1902. Nashville,

Tenn., Cumberland Pres. Pub. House, 1903. pamp. 24 p.

Stephens, J. V. Evolution of the confession of faith of the Cumberland Pres. church. Nashville, Tenn.,

Cumberland, 1902.
CUBA. Indian for Hot Springs, see Agua Caliente=Warners Hot Springs.

L u m m i s, Charles F. The exiles of Cupa. Out West 16(1902)465-79, ill., port.
CUPPAGE family.

Browning, Charles H. Ball, Cuppage and Dameron, of Northumberland county, Virginia. Wm M Q

CURACAO. Dutch W. I. island, 76 m. north of Venezuela.

C o n e, G. H. The Jews in Curacao. Pub Am Jew Hist Soc 19(1902)141-57.
CURLING. Scotch game played on the ioe with sliding stones.

M u n r o, John K. Curling in Canada. Canad M 18(1901-2)527-34, port., ill.
CURRIER, Moody (1806-98). N. H. Governor, financier, lawyer, writer.

Moody Currier [obituary]. N H Hist S 111.2,1897-9(1902)499-502, port.
CURTIS, Cyrus Herman Kotzsclimar (b.1850). Phila. publisher.

B o k, Edward. Cyrus Herman Kotzschmar Curtis. Cosmopol 33(1902)644-7, port.
Chappie, Joe Mitchell. Cyrus H. K. Curtis, publisher. Nat'l M 16(1902;uoo-9, port., ill.
CURTIS, George William (1824-92). N. Y. writer, journalist.

Memorials of two friends, James Russell Lowell: 1819-1891, George William Curtis: 1824-1892. [For de-
tails see same title under subject, Lowell, J. R.]
CURTIS, S. W. (1847-1902). Fresb. missionary to Chili and Mexico.

I n memorlam. Ass Her 7(1902)43-44.
GUSHING, Caleb (1800-79). Mass, diplomat, U. 8. Attorney-General.

C u ah 1 ng, Caleb. [Letter] to Henry A. S. Dearborn [1840]. Boit Bull 7(1902)276-8.
CUSHMAN, Archibald Falconer (1830-1901). N. Y. lawyer.

O b 1 1 u a r y>- ! tf. Y Rec 33(1902)53.
CUSHMAN family.

Bowman, George Ernest. Elder Thomas Cushman's will and inventory, and the records of his death.

Mayfl Desc 4(1902)37-42.
CU8TER, George Armstrong (1839-76). 0. General in Civil War, Indian fighter.

[Cockerill, John A ] 1846-1896. Custer battlefield, Burlington route. [Chicago, Poole bros., 19027]

cover-title, [15] p. ill., port., map (on cover) 15& x 8%cm. [Published by the Chicago, Burlington
and Qulncy railroad company; being a reprint of an article published in the New York herald. L.C.
CUTHBERT, Jacques. Seigneur de Berthier. Canadian legislator.

M o r e a u, L'Abbe S.-A. L'honorable Jacques Cuthbert, file, seigneur de Berthier. Rech Hist 8(1902)60-3.
CUYLER, Theodore Ledyard (b.1822). Brooklyn (N. Y.) Presb. clergyman.

Cuyler, Teodore Ledyard, 1822 Recollections of a long life, an autobiography. New York, The Baker &
Taylor co. [1902] viil p., 1 1., 356 p. incl. front, pi., port. 20cm. [ 75(1902)293 "Major
part. . .devoted to... famous people ... rhetoric tends to [a]... vivid hue ... succession of portraits ... inter-
esting for... diverse identity"; Dial 33(1902)205-6(P.F.Bicknell) "are us uplifting as they are interest-
ing... too frequent instances of careless workmanship (largely printer's errors, probably)." L.C. 2-22199]
CZOLG08Z, Leon F. (d.1901). Assassin of President McKinley.

Czolgosz, Leon F. Mac Donald, Carlos F. and Spitzka, Edward Anthony. The trial, execution, autopsy
and mental status of Leon F. Czolgosz, alias Fred. Nleman, the assassin of President McKinley, with a
report of the post-mortem examination, pp. 36. ill. (Reprint from The Philadelphia Medical Journal,
January 4, 1002.)


DAKOTA Indian!. Siouan tribe, of region west of Miss. R.

Chart showing divisions of the Dakota or Sioux Indians. S Dakota Hist Soc Col 1(1902)4.
G lea son, P. D. Social life among the Indians III. Dakota children. South Work 30(1901)348-52, ill.
Minnesota Valley historical society. Sketches, historical ami descriptive, of the monuments and tablets
erected in Renville and Redwood counties, Minnesota. To preserve the sites of certain incidents and In
honor of the devotion and important service of some of the characters. Whites and Indians, connected
with the Indian outbreak of 1862... Morton, Minn., Minnesota Valley historical society, 1902. 79p.
incl. 111., port. 23cm. [ReT.ln:N E Reg 57(1903)124(F.W.Parke) "Biographical sketches. . .in detail...
every page is of interest." L.C. 3-4926]

BALL, Charles Henry Appleton (1816-86). Unit, olerg., missionary to India.

Memorial to Charles Henry Appletou lull. Boston, Beacon pr. [1902]. 2 p. 1., 98 p. front, (port.)
23%cm. [Ed. by Mrs. C. \V. H. Dall. p. 31-66: "The mission to India instituted by the American Uni-
tarian association, February, 1855: containing: 1. Report by the secretary to the 'Calcutta [Unitarian]
association.' 2. Report by the treasurer to the Calcutta society [Unitarian society for the propagation
of the gospel in India] 3. Narrative of proceedings in connection with the mission, by the Rev. Charles
H. A. Dall. Boston, Office of the Quarterly Journal. . .1857" (reprint including original t.-p.) Rev.ln:
N E Reg 57(1903)231(F.W.Parke) "missionary to India, under... the Unitarians." L.C. 3-6532]
DALLAS, George Mifflin (1792-1864). Fa. V. 8. senator, Vice-President and minister to Russia and England.
Dallas, Geo. M. [Letters] to R. M. Meade and David Henshaw [1827, 1828]. Bost Bull 7(1902)229-31.
DALLAS, Tex. City and county teat of Dallas Co. on Trinity R. in northern Texas.

Lee per, Rosa M. The Dallas (Texas) public library. Lib J 27(1902)70.
DALTON, Samuel (1629-81). N. H. colonial magistrate.

Hammond, Otis G. Samuel Dayton, commissioner. Gen Q M 3(1902)167-70.
DAMERON family.

B r o w n 1 n g, C. H. Ball, Cuppage and Damcrou. of Northumberland Co., Va. Wm M Q 11(1902)137-9.
D ANBURY, Conn. City of Fairfield Co. 69 m. N.N.E. of New York.

I r e s, J. Moss. A Connecticut battleflsld in the American Revolution. Conn Mag 7(1902)420-50, ill., port.
I v e s, J. Moss. Connecticut in the manufacturing world. Conn Mag 7(1902)627-46, ill.
DANCING Rabbit treaty. Treaty with Choc taws at Dancing Rabbit Creek, Noxubee Co., Mils., 1830.

H a 1 b e r t, H. S. Story of the treaty of Dancing Rabbit. Miss Hist P 6(1902)373-402.
DANDRIDGE, Tenn. Village of Jefferson Co. 30 m. E.N.E. of Knoxville.

Beaumont, Henry F. Dandridge: The namesake of Martha Washington. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)274-80.
DANFORTH family.

May, John Joseph. Danforth genealogy. Nicholas Danforth, of Framliugham, England, and Cambridge,
N. E. (1589-1638) und William Danforth, of Newberry, Mass. (1640-1721) and their descendants. Bos-
ton, C.H.Pope, 1902. xvi, 476 p. front., pi., port., facnim. 24cm. [ E Reg 56(1902)413(A.D.H
Jr) "valuable and interesting. . .little to criticise. . .four Indexes." L.C. 3-5660]
DANISH West Indies. St. Thomas and smaller islands ab. 15 m. E. of Porto Rico.
Atberton, Gertrude. Denmark and the treaty. No Am 175(1902)500-5.
Behn, H. Ernand. The Danish West India Islands. Indep 54(1902)319-23, 111., map.
The Danish islands treaty. Nation 75(1902)320-1.340-1.

Taylor, Charles Edwin. St. Thomas, St. Crolx and St. John. Indep 54(1902)1223-30, ill., map.
DANVER8, Mass. Village of Essex Co. 19 m. N. by E. from Boston.
C o 1 1 o n, F. E. Diary of John Preston of Danvers, 1744-1760. N E Reg 56(1902)80-3.
D a n v e r s Inscriptions. Ess Ant 6(1902)19-22,75-7,112-3.156.

Moynahan, Frank E. Dunvers, Massachusetts. New Kng M 27(1902)220-33, ill., port.
DARE, Virginia (b.1587). The first child of English parents born in America.

Daves, Graham. Virginia Dure. N C Bookl 1.1(1901)3-16.
DARTMOUTH College. College at Hanover, N. H., fd. 1709.

D I x o n, Frank H. Statistics of vocations of Dartmouth College graduate.?. Yale Ilev 10(1901-2)84-8.
J e n k 1 n B, F. W. Dartmouth College Library. Granite M 33(1902)14-23, ill.
DARTMOUTH, Mass. Township of Bristol Co. about 2 m. W. of New Bedford.

Bowman, George Ernest, Transc. by. The purchasers of Darthuioutb. Mayfl Desc 4(1902)185-8.
DAUL, Jean-Denis (1766-1821). Canadian Cath. priest.

C h e T r o t, G. Du. Le Pere Daule. Rech Hist 8(1902)345-7.
DAVENPORT, Iowa. City of Scott Co. 70 m. S. of Dubuque.

Sixty-three years of Home History [newspaper of city]. Annals of Iowa 5(1902)380-82.
DAVIDSON County, Tenn. A north central Co. of state.

The earliest records of Davidson County. Am Hist Mag 7(1902)315-21.


DAVIS, Charles Howard (b.1856). Mass, artist.

D o w n e s, William Howe. Charles H. Davls's landscapes. New Kng M 27(1902)423-37, ill., port.
DAVIS, Isaac W. Confederate officer, brother of Jefferson Davis.

H a 1 b e r t, Henry S. Ensign Isaac W. Davis and Honson's Mill. Gulf Mag 1(1902)151.
DAVIS, Jefferson (1808-89). Miss. IT. S. Sec. of War, President of the Confederate States.
[Letter] to Col. Jefferson Davis [1846]. Boat Bull 7(1902)320.

Reagan, Jolin H. Reasons against trial of Jefferson Davis. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)422-7.
DAVIS, Noah (1818-1902). Justice N. Y. Supreme Court.

Hon. Noah Davis. Granite M 32(1902)267-68.
DAVIS, Richard Harding (b.1864). Am. writer.

Archibald, J. F. J. Richard Harding Davis. Bk-Buyer 25(1902-3)216-20, ill., port.
DAVIS, Sam (fl.1862). Confed. spy, executed at Nashville, Tenn.

Memories of martyr Sam Davis. Confed Vet 10(1901-2)205, ill.
DAWSON, Thomas (fl.1752). Va. Epis. clerg., Pres. of William and Mary college.

S c o 1 1, R. F. President Thomas Dawson. Wm M Q 11(1902)92-3.
DEAF-BLIND. Persons without sight or hearing.

Everett, Ruth. Educating the deaf-Blind. R of Rs 25(1902)435-42, ill., port.
DEAN, John Ward (1815-1902). Boston librarian, writer, ed. N. E. Beg.

A p p 1 e t o n, William S. [Tribute to John Ward Dean.) Mass Hist Soc Proc 11.15(1901-2)513.

Corey, Deloraine Pendre. John Ward Dean, A. M. N E Reg 56(1902)223-35, port.

Corey, Deloraine Pendre. Memoir of John Ward Dean, A.M. Boston, New-England Historical Genealogical
Society, 1902. 8vo. 17. port. [Repr. from N. E. Reg.]

John Ward Dean. Medf Reg 5(1902)44-6.

Obituary. N Y Rec 33(1902)120-1.
DEAN, Towne (1810-95). Vt. and Mass, physician.

[Obituary]. Wor Soc Ant 17(1900)246-7.
DEAN family.

Drummond, Josiah H[ayden]. Genealogy of Isaac Dean of Grafton, N. H., fourth in descent from John
Dean of Taunton; published by George W. Dean. Portland, Smith & Sale, printers, 1902. 35 p. 24cm.
[ E Res 56(1902)326(F.W.Parke) "no index." L.C. 2-17692]
DEBATES, Political. Public discussion of political issues.

Adams, Charles Francis. An undeveloped function. Am Hist R 7(1902)203-32.
DE BLANC, Louis Charles (fl.1825). Louisiana French officer.

Last will and testament of Louis Charles De Blanc, of New Orleans, La., 1825. Am Cath Hist 13(1902)

DEBSCONEAG Lakes, Me. Lakes in Piscatq.uis Co. in center of state.

Thompson, Winfield Mfartin]. Debsconeag. . . Boston, The Barta press [1902] 16 U. ill., fold. map.

15%cm. [Cover-title: A word from the Maine woods. L.C. 2-25698]
DECLARATION of Independence. Declaration of the Am. colonies July 4, 1776.

Homes of the signers of the Declarations of Independence. Am Month M 20(1902)1-3,110-14,325-8; 21.
205-6, 111., port.

The original Declaration of Indenpondeuce. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)541-2.
DEDHAM, Mass. Village of Norfolk Co. 10 m. S.W. of Boston.

Dedham Historical Register. Dedharn, Mass. 80. Quarterly, v. 13, 1902. 127 p.

F o 1 s o m, A. A. French troops in Doilhiim. Dedu Reg 13(1902)94-5.

Hill, Don Gleason. Th<- landing place on Charles river, Dedham Village. Dedh Reg 13(1902)67-77, 111.

The old Whiting mills on Mother Brook. Dedh Reg 13(1902)97-8, ill.

Sheldon, N. L. The birthplace of the American free public school. New Eng M 27(1902)509-17, 111.

S t a f t e r, Carlos. The schools and teachers of Dedham. Dedh Reg 12(1901)20-4,53-6,68-9; 13(1902)19-21,

DE OBAFFLE1TREID, Christopher. Swiss nobleman, founder of New Bern, N. Carolina.

Kennedy, (Mrs. )Sara Bt-aumout. Colonial New Berwo. N C Bookl 1.2(1901)3-20.
D'IBERVILLE, Pierre Le Moyne (d.1706). Canadian naval officer.

A c t e de sepulture de Pierre LeMoyne D'Ibervllle [at Havana]. Rech Hist 8(1902)198-9.

C o n t r a t de marriage de Lemoyne d'Ibervllle. Rech Hist 8(1902)301-4.
DE KALB, Baron (ft. 1776). French officer in American army, Revolutionary War.

Ford, George H. The struggle for liberty. Conn Mag 7(1902>549-52


DE LAND, Florida. Village of Volusia Co. 5 m. E. of Beresford.

A souvenir of the city of Do Land, Florida. Issued for the purpose of presenting to the notice of our
northern friends, the advantages and beauties of our city and Its surroundings. . . De Land, Fla., Tl<-
News publishing co., 1902. [72] p. ill., port., fold. plan. 20V;. cm. LL.C. 2-23944J
DELAWARE valley. The watershed of the Delaware R. in N. J. and Fa.

Jenkins, Charles F[ranci]. From Philadelphia to the Poeouos; a guide to the Delaware valley, Trenton,
Lambertville, Eastou, Phillipsburg, Belvidere, Portland and the Delaware Water Gap. . . Philadelphia,
Ferris & Leach, 1902. 47, [t] p. front., 111., pi. 17% x 14cm. [L.C. 2-19012]
DEMOCRACY. Government by the people.

B 1 1 o t, Charles W. American democracy. Harv Urad M 10(1901-2)505-7.

Lowell, James Russell. Democracy; an address delivered in the town ball, Birmingham. . . [Boston,
Houghton, Miffln and Co.] 1902. \, 75, [1] pp. 39'^cin. [Edition of 500 numbered copies. This copy
not numbered. L.C. 2-6147]

Ostrogorskii. M[oisei lakovlevich]. Democracy and the organization of political parties. . .tr. from the
French by Frederick Clarke. . .with a preface by the Right Hon. James Bryce... New York, London,
The Macmlllan company, 1902. 2 v. 22% cm. [Rev.iu:Dial 34(1903)193-7(E.B.Smltlh) " "a scientific
investigation alike historical and critical of the n'giin of organized parties". . .great and valuable...
exhibit[s] ripe scholarship, unusual capacity for thinking clearly, aud a Just sense of proportion ... stu-
dents... the world over will turn to this... for exact Information and critical discussion of its most vital
problem"; Nation 76(1903)356-8 "very notable contribution. . .painstaking and minute study. . .Judicial
Impartiality and candor. . .rare patience. . .combines a profound knowledge of political philosophy with a
personal knowledge of living politicians. . .occasional minor slips in the second volume"; Am Hist R 8
(1903)519-21(A. L.Lowell) "[second] volume treats of .. .America. . .length is too great... some repetition
...own observation is keen and his own opinion is probably accurate. . .criticisms chiefly are to be passed
upon the impression made by the book, and not of the correctness of the facts." L.C. 2-26875]
Stevenson, R. T. Typos and hopes of American democracy. Meth R 84(1902)237-52.
Wilson, Woodrow. The ideals of America. Atlan 90(1902)721-34.
DEMOCRATIC party. The "Democrat Republican" party founded by Jefferson.
M c N e a 1, Albert T. The future of the Democratic party. Sewanee 10(1902)463-70.
Massachusetts Democratic platform. R of Us 26(1902)450-1.
M 1 k e 1 1, William B. The future of the Democratic party. Sewanee 10(1902)470-6.
Origin of the Democratic National Convention. Am Hist Mae 7(1902)267-73.
DE MUELLES, Jacques (fl.1682). Intendant of Canada, 1682-6.
Roy, Regis. Jacques de Meulles. Rech Hist 8(1902)268-70.
DNCHAUD, Claude (d.1836). Canadian deputy.

Denfichaud, E. Claude Dencchaud. Rech Hist 8(1902)271-4.
DENISON, Geo. Taylor (b.1839). Lieut. Governor of Canada.

V., B. Q. Canadian celebrities. Canad M 19(1902)398-400, port.
DENISON family.

T a 1 c o t t, Mary K. Denlson (note). N B Reg 56(1902)207.
DENMARK, Brantley A. (1850-1901). Ga lawyer, R. R. president, banker.

Mr. Brantley A. Denmark [obituary]. South Hist A Pub 6(1902)470.
DENTON, Daniel (fl.1666). N. Y. historian.

Neumann, Felix [Jonathan]. Daniel Denton's Brief description of New York, formerly called New Nether-
lands: a bibliographical essay... [New York, The Publishers' weekly, 1902] cover-title, 7 p.
24Vj x 18&cm. [Read at a meeting of the District of Columbia library association. Mar. 12, 1902. Re-
printed from the Publishers' weekly, v. 61. L.C. 2-24821-2]
DENVER, Col. City, county seat of Arapahoe Co. 540 m. W. of Omaha.

Moore, E. The Lecompton party which located Denver. Trans Kan Hist Soc 1901-2 7(1902)446-52.
Stevens, Fred. P. Denver the coming city; a collection of forty instantaneous photographs of life In Den-
ver, comprising street scene 1 *, public and private buildings, parks and various panoramas of the city, as-
sisted by Mr. Harry D. Smith. Edition de luxe... [Denver] F.S.Thayer, 1902. [40] full-page 111. incl.
t.-p. 33 x 38cm. [no. 143 of a limited edition of i.OOO copies. L.C. 3-183]
DENYS, Nicolas (1598-ab.l672). Am. historian.
Nicolas Denys. Rech Hist 8(1902)219-23.
DEPARTMENT store*. Large stores dealing in many kinds of goods classified.

D u b o 1 s, Leo L. The department store. Cath Uuiv B 8(1902)454-71.

DEPENDENT children. Children requiring support of state or agencies other than parents.
Streeter, William B. The care of dependent children of Indiana. Forum 23(1902)737-46.


DEPEW, Charles (fl.1901).

Depew, Charles. Life as I've found it... A gathering of experiences and observations of the common
people, relating to their aspirations, trials and tribulations but more especially my own prosaic life.
Pittsburg, Pa., C.Depew, 1902. 221 p. incl. 111., facslm. front., pi., port. 19%cm. [L.C. 3-3216]
DE RIGAUVILLE, Nicolas des Bergeres (fl. 1695-1718). French Canadian officer.

Suite, Benjamin. Nicolas des Bei-geres de Rlgauville. Rech Hist 8(1902)249-51.
DERRY, N. H. Village of Rockingham Co. 11 m. S.E. of Manchester.

Cheney, G. A. Derry. Its interesting past and prosperous present. Granite M 33(1902)321-74, ill.
DERRYFIELD, N. H. Hamlet in Rockingham Co.

Browne, G. TV. Derryfleld in the Revolution. Historic Quart 3(1902)110-17.
DES BERGERES. Raymond-Blaise (ab. 1657-1711). Canadian Friend, Colonial officer.

Suite, Benjamin. Raymond des Bergeres. Reoh Hist 8(1902)212-15.
DESERTERS (Mil.). Soldiers unlawfully leaving an army.

Desertion ft 1'enneini [Canada. 1757]. Rech Hist 8(1902)340.
DE 80TO, Fernando (b. about 1496). Spanish discoverer of Mississippi S.

L e w i s, T. H. Route of DeSoto's expedition from Taliepacana to Huhasene. Miss Hist P 6(1902)449-67.
DETROIT, Mich. City of Wayne Co. on Belle R.

B a t e s, G. W. [Evacuation of Ft. Lernoult, Detroit]. Spirit of '76, 8(1902)96-8, plan.
Detroit. The bi-centenary of the founding of city 1701-1901, being the official report of the celebration
of July 24, 25, 26, 1901. Issued under direction of the Common council of the city of Detroit. [De-
troit, Mich., C.M.Rousseau & sons, printers] 1902. 314 p., 2 1. front., plates, ports. 25cm. [Pub-
lishing committee: Silas Farmer, C. L. Arnold, Mary Catharine Crowley, C. M. Burton, A. H. Griffith.
Edition limited to 1.000 copies. L.C. 3-13304]

D i o n n e, N. E. Le premier journal franeais public aux fitats-Unis [Detroit]. Rech Hist 8(1902)281-3.
Palmer, Thomas W. Detroit sixty years ago. Mich Hist Coll '01, 31(1901)490-509.
DEUPREE (Mrs.), N. D[urhams] (fl.1901). Miss, local hist, writer.

M r s. N. D. Deupree. Miss Hist P 6(1902)245.
DEWEY, George (b.1837). Admiral IT. S. Navy in Spanish-American War.

Halstead, Murat. Life and achievements of Admiral Dewey. Chicago, Dominion, 1902. 12o.
D'WOLF family.

Perry, Calbraith B[ourn]. Charles D'Wolf of Gaudaloupe, his ancestors and descendants. Being a com-
plete genealogy of the "Rhode Island D'Wolfs," the descendants of Simon De Wolf, with their com-
mon descent from Balthasar de Wolf, of Lyme, Conn. (1668) With a biographical Introduction and
appendices on the Nova Scotinu de Wolfs and other allied families, with a preface by Bradford Colt
de Wolf. New York, T.A.Wright, 1902. 3 p. 1., [9]-324 p., 1 1. front., 111., pi., port. 24%cm. [Title
In red and black within red line border. Y Rec 34(1903)71 [exceptionally] "ably compiled
and edited... index of namos." L.C. 3-3297]
DIAL, The. Organ of the Transccndentalists.

Cooke, George Willis. An historical and biographical introduction to accompany the Dial as reprinted in
numbers for the Rowfant club... Cleveland, The Rowfant club, 1902. 2 v. 23cm. ["Of this supple-
mentary volume, printed in connection with the Rowfant reprint of 'the Dial,' one hundred and twenty-
seven copies have been issued." Vol. 1 is no. 127, v. 2 no. 126. 76(1903)56 "unique and
almost exhaustive bibliographical work... the one man who has wholly mastered the history of that early
enterprise. . .only [127] . . .copies." L.C. 2-23978]
DIAZ, Porfirio. President of Mexico since 1876.

Mason, Alfred Bishop. An audience with Diaz. Cent 64(1902)187-8. port.
DICKINSON, John (d.lV99). Va. pioneer Indian fighter, officer in Am. Revolution.

M c A 1 1 1 8 t e r, J. T. Colonel John Dickinson. A sketch. W Va Mag 2.2(1902)54-9.
DICKINSON, 7. T. (d.1802). Florida Confederate officer.

Gen. J. J. Dickinson. Confed Vet 10(1901-2)419-20, port.

M '. A 1 1 8 i .. .'. J- T. Colonel Jobn iMckiuson. A sketch contributed by J. T. McAllister, Hot Springs,

Bath County, Virginia. W Va Mag 2.2(1902)54-9.
DICKINSON Co., Iowa. County in the N.W. part of state.

Smith, R, A. A history of Dickinson County, Iowa, together with an account of the Spirit Lake massacre,
and the Indian troubles on the northwestern frontier... Des Moines, The Kenyon printing & mfg. co.,
1902. 698 p. ill. 23cm. [L.O. 3-21008]
DIGGES family.
Berkeley, William. Mr. William Digges appointed a justice (note). Wm M Q 10(1902)281.


DILL, James Brooks (b.1864). N. Y. lawyer.

Boles, William Justus. James B. Dill. World's Work 3(1001-2)1884-8, port.
DINGLEY, Edward Kelson (1832-99). Me. Governor and Congressman.

Dingloy, Edward Nelson. The life and times of Nelson Dlngley, jr... Kalamaisoo, Mich., Ihling bros. It.

Everard, 1902. 10 p. )., 497, 22 p. front.. 111., pi., port., facslm. 25%cm. [L.C. 2-20678]

Ball, T[imothy] H[orton], ed. Genealogical records of the Dlnwlddle clan of northwestern Indiana.
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DISPENSARY system. System for control of liquor traffic by the state.

T 1 m m o n s. James K. The dispensary system In Alabama. Outl 71(1902)454-5.

DISTRICT of Colombia. District containing Washington City, administered by IT. S. gov't.

B u n d y, C. S. A history of the offic^ of Justice of the Peace In the District of Columbia. Rec Colum-
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